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Connecticut Notary Acknowledgement – Corporation

The Connecticut notary acknowledgement for a corporation is a document proving that a corporate officer personally appeared before a notary public, that the notary confirmed the officer’s identity, and that the individual willfully signed a corporate document. The corporate official must also provide the notary with evidence of their authority to conduct transactions on behalf of the corporation. Once the notary is sure of the officer’s identity and corporate authority, the notary will execute the acknowledgement certificate to notarize the document.

Corporate officers may also be interested in employing the use of a statutory short form acknowledgement certificate, available for download in PDF and Word.

Laws – § 1-33 and § 1-62



State of Connecticut
County of _________________         ss. _________________ (Town/City)


On this the _____ day of _________________, 20_____, before me, _________________ (name of notary), the undersigned officer, personally appeared _________________ (name of officer), who acknowledged himself/herself to be the _________________ (title of officer) of _________________ (name of corporation), a corporation, and that s/he, as such _________________ (title of officer), being authorized so to do, executed the foregoing instrument for the purposes therein contained, by signing the name of the corporation by himself/herself as _________________ (title of officer).

In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand.


____________________________                                                                (Seal)

Signature of Notary Public


Title of Officer

Date Commission Expires: _________________